7 Celebrities Who Are All About The Bush

Tons of women on the internet right now are opening up about why they're putting down the razor or breaking up with their bikini waxer as they halt the ritual of removing their pubic hair. It's a conversation that plenty of female celebrities have weighed in on, too — from Amber Rose to Emma Watson. And they're pretty passionate about it: Rose started her own #BringBackTheBush revolution, and Solange Knowles went so far as to call Brazilian waxes an unnecessary "evil."

Of course, there's no right answer when it comes to pubes. If you prefer to be as hairless as a Sphynx cat, you do you. Want to make like the French and let it grow? That's cool, too. And if you fall in the latter group, know that you'll be in great company. Check out seven celebrities who embrace the bush, ahead.

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Thandie Newton

While promoting her show Westworld on The Graham Norton Show, star Thandie Newton said that the pubic hair on display during her full-frontal nude scene was all her. “I didn’t need the merkin because I don’t alter anything," she said. "Full ‘70s bush." On a show that takes place quite literally in the middle of nowhere, it just made sense. "The prairie, the wide-open prairie!" Newton continued. "They weren’t waxing and stripping and plucking!”
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Amber Rose

In 2017, the patron saint of sex and body positivity posted a NSFW bottomless pic to Instagram to promote her third annual SlutWalk. The focal point of the photo: Her bush, which was front and center. Even better, she asked fans to join in on the #bringbackthebush movement. "Amber Rose challenge anyone?" she wrote in the caption. "[P]ost your version of my picture and hashtag #AmberRoseChallenge behalf of feminism, body positivity and not conforming to society norms of how we should live, what we should wear and where we should shave." Preach.
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Ashley Graham

In an interview with Glamour, the model got real about Brazilian waxes. A reader posed the question: "Last time I was single, I cared more about what men thought. Now I don’t, and I stopped getting Brazilians. Am I the only single woman with a bush?" Graham responded brilliantly: "Honey, I have a full bush. Period. It’s about your preference and your partner’s preference."
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Gwyneth Paltrow

Back in 2013, the actress told Ellen Degeneres that she'll never be the person scrambling for a razor, adding that her pubic region rocked more of a "a 70s vibe. You know what I mean?" We most certainly do.
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Emma Watson

The actress owns a chic supply of beauty products. Among them? Fur Oil, an elixir designed to hydrate and soften strands. "I’ll use that anywhere, from the ends of my hair to my eyebrows to my pubic hair," she said in an interview with Into The Gloss. "It’s an amazing, all-purpose product."
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Cameron Diaz

Diaz is such a fan of pubic hair, she dedicated an entire chapter to the matter in her manifesto, The Body Book. She called it "In Praise Of Pubes," and asked readers all the important questions: "Just like every other part of your body, your labia major is not immune to gravity. Do you really want a hairless vagina for the rest of your life?"
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Solange Knowles

Back in 2010, Knowles tweeted, "Who ever invented the bikini wax was an evil creature. Who said bushes need to b gone?!" Now wouldn't that be a hit song?
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